Tip & How-To about Fort Lock Part, Anchor Plate for Cam Lock

General information about Fort Lock anchor plate for cam lock

This anchor plate is typically found in coin operated machines and usually found on wood back doors and wood coin doors. It is 2-3/16" long by 1-1/4" wide by 3/32" thick and has two screw holes in it for using #6 size screws to attach the plate to a wood door. This plate can be either spot welded or nut-and-bolted to metal doors.
Fort Lock part number for this plate is AP-1. Happ Controls sells it as part number 30-1965-00. Many online cam lock sellers do sell this anchor plate under Fort Lock's part number and it's price is usually less than $2.

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